so it’s no surprise that i’m married. dev and i weren’t exactly subtle about it with our 1000 photos. but it’s still really exciting to us that we continue to get emails and comments from friends (and lately, even strangers) about our wedding. just yesterday, a gorgeous wedding blog ‘green wedding shoes‘ ran a feature on our wedding and posted our short wedding film (which has now been viewed over 3000 times!).
it’s really lovely for us to have the opportunity to share a glimpse into our day, espeically as a lot of my family and friends live so far away – i’m looking at you new zealand & australia. i’m so grateful that fullframe captured it so beautifully. i hope our wedding is an example that you don’t have to spend gazillions of dollars to make your day special and memorable.
one thing i’ve found really fascinating is how many people have commented on how ‘in love’ dev and i seem in our video. um. excuse me? isn’t that the point? of course we are smitten with each other. that’s part of the reason we are married. i guess it’s a reminder that no matter whether you secured the world’s most renowned wedding photographer, or served caviar and truffles, or spent a small fortune on a dress that you’ll wear once, what really matters is how you feel about each other, and this union you are willingly agreeing to. when that love reverberates and rebounds off the walls there is nothing better. no credit card can ‘create’ that feeling.
just my two one-and-a-half cents. :)